This season, The Mark is serving up Jean-Georges’ signature hot chocolate, an assortment of seasonal accompaniments and Glazed Gingerbread Cookies from our very own customized cocoa kiosk – offering the perfect treat in between shopping and museum hopping!
The Mark’s Cocoa Kiosk will run from Thursday, November 27th (Thanksgiving Day) until Thursday, January 1st, and will be available to guests, as well as the neighborhood.
As the city gears up for this year’s marathon, some very lucky runners (and spectators) will experience the race as guests of The Mark. For those selecting us as home base, our “NYC Marathon Survival Kit” is a tailor-made package for the modern marathoner. Address your last minute muscle trepidations and get expert endurance advice during your private training session with Dan Flores, our fêted in-house fitness guru. Navigate those final warmup runs using the compact Central Park Runner’s Guide while new custom Mark ear buds pump your favorite motivational tunes. Stay fueled with the energy gels and chews found amongst your marathon welcome gifts and rehydrate with premium pure coconut water. Even Jean-Georges has joined your support team with a customized in-room dining menu specifically designed for our marathon participants. At the conclusion of the race, as you woozily yet voraciously devour that post-run banana and it feels as though you’ve no energy left to go on in this world – good news; the finish line is literally in our backyard. Just a short walk brings you right back to those Quagliotti sheets you’ve been dreaming of returning to since mile twenty. Our friends at Town & Country would seem to agree: read their article here.
Mario Testino took this year’s Best Dressed List to the streets of London and New York City, combining personal style with chic city flair. Full of designer labels and internationally recognized trendsetters, the shoot featured 16 members of the International Best Dressed List: Margherita Missoni, Neil Patrick Harris, Grace Coddington, Victor Cruz, and Julia Restoin-Roitfeld to name a few. Headquartered at The Mark Hotel, Testino used nearby Central Park and the tree-lined avenues of uptown as a scenic backdrop for the fashion idols to strut their style in the streets of Manhattan.
The Mark works 24/7 for you! This Fashion week, take advantage of not one but three “round the clock” amenities, making it the place to stay during New York Fashion Week. Start off with our 24 Hour Check-In. Ideal for editors flying in on that brutal red-eye from Tokyo or LA. Your room will be ready – just tell us when to expect you. Next, settle in and enjoy our 24-hour In-Room Dining Service by celebrated chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s The Mark Restaurant. Pre-fashion show or post-after party, Jean-Georges is always ready. Finally, indulge in some retail therapy from the comfort of your hotel room with our Bergdorf Goodman 24/7 Service –any item in the store is just a phone call away, any time of the day, 24/7.
With so many French influencers at The Mark, we invite guests to celebrate Bastille Day (July 14) with our extraordinary group of talents. Relax in one of our a Jacques Grange designed rooms or have your hair coiffed at our Frederic Fekkai salon. Complete your stay in The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges with a classic cocktail and specially crafted dish by the preeminent Chef himself. The Mark Bar will be including French 75 cocktails on the menu for Bastille Day only. The French 75 is a classic cocktail created in 1915 at the New York Bar in Paris; made with gin, Champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. While the Mark Restaurant will serve Crepes Suzette with market strawberries and a sauce of caramelized sugar, butter, orange juice, and Grand Marnier. We guarantee your stay will be très magnifique!
The Mark is proud to announce the opening of Assouline, an exciting new boutique on the ground floor of the hotel. Assouline, the internationally renowned publisher of luxury lifestyle titles and proud recipient of the 2012 Accessories Council Influencer Award, has opened its smallest luxury boutique in the world. The result: a shopping experience that is as innovative as it is elegant.
Designed to evoke a luxurious wrapped gift, the new boutique will stock Assouline’s most in-demand titles, from the Ultimate Collection (hand-crafted volumes ranging from $250 to $7000), to a selection of Assouline Vintage titles curated by Prosper Assouline, to best-sellers and new titles like Fashion Jewelry and In The Spirit of the Hamptons. The 100-square-foot space will provide the same impeccable service that has become a hallmark of all Assouline boutiques, providing our guests with a shopping experience that is intimate, personal, exclusive, and truly one of a kind.
Corcoran agent Leighton Candler takes us on a tour of the penthouse at The Mark. “There’s no apartment this large on one single floor anywhere on the Upper East Side.” The apartment encompasses approximately 9,800 square feet of interior space and 2,400 square feet of finished terrace. In the space of the original hotel’s ballroom, the living room of the penthouse occupies the iconic copper roof turret of our historic building, affording a private entertaining space a soaring double height ceiling of twenty-six feet with views up and down Madison Avenue. For more information click here.
For more information please contact Leighton Candler, Licensed Associate RE Broker at Corcoran: (212) 937-6677 or email@example.com
At The Mark we believe in limitless luxury. We understand that even the most organized travelers and fashionistas might need a new dress for a last minute event, or a suit after losing their luggage. And with that in mind, Bergdorf Goodman have opened their doors, 24/7, exclusively for The Mark guests, providing limitless access to personal shoppers. A simple call to concierge and guests can avail of a range of services from Bergdorf Goodman, including complimentary delivery to the hotel.
For more information please contact concierge: 212.744.4300
The Mark is excited to announce the introduction of Ladurée macarons to our turn down service. Ladurée will provide their tastefully bright macarons in delightful boxes specially created for The Mark. As guests’ head to their rooms to wind-down from a day exploring New York City, they will find these delicate treats by their bedside on their first nights stay.
Ladurée recently opened the doors to its Madison Avenue store in July 2012 but their small, delicate macarons have a long and rich history. In 1862 Louis Ernest Ladurée opened his little bakery on the rue Royale and almost 20 years later, Ladurée’s cousin Pierre Desfontaines created the macaron they became famous for. Desfontaines developed the idea to fix two pieces of the mellow macaron cake with a garnish of a tasty flavor. In that moment the small, fluffy cake that is crunchy on the outside and melts on the inside, became a delicacy that would be appreciated around the world.
In 1993 Ladurée was bought by David Holder, whose vision for the company led to the opening of Ladurée stores all over the world; from Paris and London to Tokyo and Sydney. Ladurée continues to expand its illustrious empire, teaming with brands like Uniqlo and The Mark, with a range of chocolates, candies and candles available in stores, and the opening of a tearoom in Downtown New York, firmly placing it on the world stage.
For Ladurée, tasting a macaron is indulging in an unforgettable moment of pleasure. And we couldn’t agree more!